- Overview and Algorithm Introduction
- Nobel-Prize Winning, Long-Term Strategy
- Index Investing
- Dynamic Fund Selection
- Investing Globally
- Tax-Loss Harvesting
- Smart Rebalancing
- The “Efficient Frontier”
Our Investment Strategy Is Based on Nobel-Prize Winning Research
Award-winning academic research such as Modern Portfolio Theory, the Black-Litterman Model and the Fama-French Five-Factor Model support FutureAdvisor’s investing approach. Our tenets are based on firmly established academic theories, supported by extensive data and rigorous financial reasoning. We believe analysis of historical performance, over long periods of time and across geographies, lends useful insight when projecting future performance.
Your age, and the time you have to invest, are the two most important factors in setting an investment strategy. The benefits of diversification work best over many years. Investors’ future earning power is always greatest when they’re young, which means they can take bigger risks knowing they’ll recover by the time they retire.